Diploma in General Nursing Midwifery (GNM)

GNM stands for (General Nursing and Midwifery) and concentrate on educating nursing students on the topics of general health care and midwifery. The GNM students develop their knowledge and understanding of general health care for few years after that they can move on to more particular areas of health care such as childcare, pediatrics, pharmacology, pediatrics, orthopaedics, nutrition, emergency nursing other health care fields. In addition to the bachelors program GNM’s General Nursing Midwifery may also select to continue their education in a post graduate program where they can earn their masters degree and find jobs in more prominent positions such as managing people, and leadership roles within their line of work or they can select to work in areas related to education and research and development.
The Bhavani Institute of Nursing provides one of the Best Diploma in General Nursing Midwifery when it compared to other colleges. This institute comes under one of the Top Diploma in General Nursing Midwifery college education. The students who trained in midwifery should have a in depth understanding of how the female mind and body works, and concentrate on developing close bonds with patients as they go through their pregnancy period and child birth development stages. Students who want to become a (Certified Nurse Midwife) CNM must first complete a registered nurse course from a board approved nurse midwifery course and get their certification before starting to work as a Certified Nurse Midwife.
List of Subjects – First Year
Anatomy, Physiology and Microbiology, Psychology, Sociology, Fundamentals of Nursing
Community Health Nursing – I
List Of Subjects – Second year
Medical Surgical Nursing – I and II, Mental Health Nursing, Computer Education
List Of Subjects – Third year
Midwifery and Gynecology, Pediatric Nursing, Community Health Nursing – II
Examination :
Students will have Board examination at the end of each year. Minimum pass marks will be 50% in each of the theory and practical subjects separately.